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    NEWater: Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Manufacturer in China

    If you’re looking for reliable ion exchanger water treatment systems to fulfill your business, NEWater is the answer! NEWater is over 2 decades in manufacturing and supplying ion exchanger water treatment systems in China. We focused on developing only a high-quality ion exchanger water treatment system and other water treatments. We have advanced manufacturing capabilities and dedicated engineers to design your ideal ion exchanger water treatments. We make sure that our products and services will meet your different needs. Message us now for an inquiry!

    NEWater Brings for YouDiverse Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems

    Ion Exchange Water Treatment Unit  

    We manufacture ion exchange water treatment units that are comparatively cost-effective and have reduced fuel consumption.

    Ion Exchange Water  Filter

    Our ion exchange water filters are used commercially and domestically to allow for use of fresh water.

    Ion Exchange Water Purification System

    We manufacture ion exchange water purification systems that allow you to meet global industry standards.

    Ion Exchange Water Filter System

    Our ion exchange water filter systems are high-tech and easily programmable, and there is no hassle during installation.

    Ion Exchange Water Treatment Plant

    We manufacture ion exchange water treatment plants that are innovative large-scale formulations and have large flow capacity.

    Ion Exchange Waste Water Treatment  

    Our ion exchange wastewater treatment systems not only remove ions but also deal with organic contaminants and other impurities.

    Your Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems  in China

    Our ion exchange water treatment systems, here at NEWater, employ high-quality resins and reverse osmosis technology to ensure that the water is purified, softened, and ready for use in all forms of application areas, including industrial and domestic. We use superior-performing resins, both negative ion, and positive ion-specific, that remove unnecessary ions and replace them with either beneficial salts or OH and H ions.

    At NEWater, we guarantee customizability and flexibility in design. We ensure that all our products including our Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems are reliable and stable in their design and are playing their part in ensuring that our water consumption globally becomes sustainable.

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    NEWater Ion Exchange Water Treatment System Details

    With NEWater system, cation exchange bed systems, anion exchange bed systems, and mixed bed ion exchange systems can be created by combining anion and cation exchange resins in varying proportions. After water treatment techniques such as reverse osmosis, the mixed bed ion exchange system is commonly used to generate ultra-pure water and high-purity water. It is an indispensable tool for preparing ultra-pure and high-purity water. It is widely employed in the preparation of ultra-pure water and high-purity water for industrial applications.

    How Ion Exchange Water Treatment System Works

    With NEWater System, an ionic substance’s molecules break into cations and anions when it is dissolved in water. IX uses this property to replace ionic molecules selectively based on their electrical charges. This is done by passing an ionic solution through an IX resin, which acts as a matrix for the ion exchange reaction.

    Organic polymers, such as polystyrene, are used to create IX resins, which consist of a network of hydrocarbons that electrostatically bind a large number of ionizable groups. The loosely held ions on the resin’s surface are replaced by ions with a stronger affinity for the resin substance as the process or waste stream passes through the IX resin.

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    NEWater System Features

    1. For rust and corrosion resistance, the interior of the tank is covered with epoxy. A rust-inhibiting priming coat has been applied to the outside.
    2. The mineral tank contains a top quality sulfonated nonphenolic polystyrene type resin. When brined at a rate of 15 pounds per cubic foot, the resin will deliver 30,000 grains per cubic foot.
    3. The brine tank is made up of a brine measurement tank made of high-density polystyrene and a brine valve with an air eliminator valve and a safety brine refill cut off to avoid tank overflow.
    4. The automated regeneration controller has 7 or 12-day calendar wheels to choose from. The duration of each regeneration cycle and the time it takes to regenerate are both entirely configurable.
    5. To properly distribute water, reduce resin loss, and ensure minimal pressure drop at peak flow rates, the underdrain uses either a hub and lateral or a header and lateral system.

    How NEWater Ships Your Ion Exchange Water Treatment System

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    NEWater Mission:Bring New Life for Water

    NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.

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    NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.

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    The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.

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    How Long does the General Production Cycle Need to Wait?

    NEWater’s treatment types of equipment are divided into a large system and a small system according to the water volume. The equipment is divided into portable water-making equipment, small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container-type equipment. According to different water volumes and customer requirements, we provide customized services.

    Conventional small equipment takes 3-7 days, and large equipment takes 2-3 months. This is based on your requirements and water volume.

    If I Need to Customize Equipment, What Data Need to be Provided?

    1. As the voltage and frequency of different countries are different, we first need the local voltage and frequency of electricity.
    2. How many gallons the water requirement per hour is
    3. The water quality of the source water and what requirements need to be met
    4. If you need to provide on-site installation services

    Does the Equipment Need to be Installed On-site?

    1. Portable and small equipment — This is plug and play, it doesn’t need to be provided installation services. According to our instructions, you can install by yourself.
    2. Small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container equipment-we will reserve the interface for docking. If there are installation workers, we will provide installation instructions and installation instructions. If necessary, we can also send someone to install it.
    3. How to provide installation instructions —— We have installation instructions and installation videos. If necessary, we can provide free remote software to help you with remote video installation instructions.

    How to Charge for Installation Service

    1. We provide free installation instructions, with instruction manuals and installation videos
    2. Remote video installation guidance. If it is a large piece of equipment and the customer needs to install it by himself, then we will also provide free remote installation guidance service, but we need to plan a good time, within our working hours. Our working hours are from 9 o’clock to 18 o’clock Beijing time
    3. We send workers to install it. This needs to be based on the size of the project. If we have been designated to install it in the early stage, the installation service abroad will belong to our scope of work, and no additional charge is required.
    4. If we need to send someone to install it temporarily, we need to provide different charges according to different countries, installation technical requirements, and different types of technical work. Welcome to inquire.

    How to Transport the Equipment?

    There are several types of transportation, sea, air, and express

    1. If it is a small device and requires fast speed, we can provide door-to-door service by air and express, the normal transportation cycle is 5-10 days.
    2. If it is skid-mounted or container equipment, it is more appropriate to use the shipping method. The normal transportation cycle is 20-40 days.

    Whats Your Payment Method?

    Small equipment needs payment to delivery

    For skid-mounted equipment and container equipment, 50% is prepaid, 30% is charged after video inspection, and 20% is charged before shipment.

    Of course, we provide you with flexible ways of cooperation. Become our agents, and have more flexible support. Welcome to contact us.

    Do You Provide Maintenance Services?

    Absolutely.

    1. NEWater provides free installation guidance and a one-year product warranty service. During the warranty service period, if there is an equipment problem, we provide free equipment repair or replacement services. If it is a manual operation, a fee will be charged. We can provide the required equipment replacement.
    2. We provide life-long after-sales service. NEWater has a full set of equipment and accessories, which can be replaced. Don’t worry about the failure of after-sales and maintenance.
    3. During the warranty period, NEWater provides all kinds of professional technical support, and if necessary. We also provide remote video guidance services.
    4. After the warranty period, NEWater also provides life-long after-sales maintenance, which requires a certain amount of manual service. There are also many matching accessories that can be replaced, so there is no need to worry about the later operation of the equipment.

    Do You Provide Design Services?

    Yes, we do.

    For conventional small equipment, NEWater has standardized equipment. For large-scale skid-mounted and container equipment, we can design a process that meets the needs according to different water quality requirements.

    At the same time, we carry out three-dimensional drawing designs according to different requirements and then communicate with customers to confirm.

    After the design confirmation is completed, we then proceed to custom processing. So you don’t have to worry about our design and production capacity. We will provide you with the most professional technical support.

    NEWater Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems

    NEWater is the best place when you need reliable and trusted ion exchanger water treatment systems. We are a team of dedicated engineers that manufacture a complete line of ion exchanger water treatment systems. We have been in this industry for over 20 years.

    To meet your different needs, NEWater, a reliable ion exchanger water treatment system manufacturer adopts both advanced and conventional water treatment technologies. Our team works hard to provide you with reliable and proven ion exchange water filter equipment.

    NEWater ion exchanger systems are effective against inorganic minerals like manganese ions and irons, positively charged ions, and hard water minerals (magnesium and calcium). Ion exchange is one of the best water treatment processes in NEWater where one or more ionic contaminants that are undesirable are removed from the water.

    The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems

    The demand for special ultrapure water softened water, and reduction of wastewater concentration has driven the development and metamorphosis of ion exchange systems. The ion exchange process is often deployed as a solitary water treatment solution and can also be supplemented with other purification processes for improved results.

    As individuals, industries, and commercial enterprises seek to improve the quality of their water, NEWater ensures they have unlimited access to water treatment systems like ion exchangers. This article attempts to answer the internet’s most asked questions on ion exchange systems.

     

    What is Ion Exchange?

    In an era where millions of people lack access to clean potable water, water treatment processes such as ion exchange are deployed to soften hard water and eradicate undesired impurities from raw water. Ion exchange is technically a chemical procedure that substitutes unwanted ions in a solution with desired ions.

    In water treatment/purification, ion exchange is utilized to generate high-quality product water by swapping the divalent cations for monovalent cations. The primary divalent cations present in water are calcium and magnesium while the main monovalent cation is sodium. Ion exchange is further utilized in other sectors such as pharmaceutical manufacturing and hydrometallurgy.

    What is an Ion Exchange Water Treatment System?

    An ion-exchange water treatment system is a device used to treat feed water by eradicating unwanted ionic pollutants and consequently substituting them with desirable ionic elements. As the name suggests, these systems operate by exploiting the ion exchange process to either soften hard water or eradicate lethal metals from raw water.

    Ion exchange water treatment systems are primarily deployed in industries to generate high-quality purified water, in homes to soften raw hard water and in chemical factories to recover metals. Generally, these systems are perfect for eliminating liquefied inorganic ions and can be deployed in tandem with other water treatment systems.

    What is an Ion Exchange Water Treatment System

    How do Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Work?

    Ion exchange water treatment systems function by utilizing ion exchange, which is a reversible process responsible for exchanging undesirable ions in raw water with harmless ions. Water treatment units utilizing ion exchange use resin beads or solid zeolite. Primarily, Ion exchange systems utilize anionic resins and cationic resins to initiate the ion exchange.

    • Cation resins.

    Cationic resin units are simply positively charged and are chiefly utilized to soften hardened water, de-alkalize, or demineralize raw water. Strong cation resins effectively eject magnesium and calcium ions while weak cation resins eradicate alkaline cations. WAC is particularly effective in the treatment of feed water with high chlorine or hydrogen peroxide concentrations.

    • Anion resins.

    On the flip side, anionic resins are negatively charged and are principally exploited in demineralization projects.  They eradicate toxic chemicals such as silicic and carbonic acid and treat TOC levels in raw water.

    Depending on the feed water concentration and desired potable water quality, both anion resins and cation resins can jointly be deployed in mixed-bed configuration or twin-bed configuration.

    Figure 2 Process of ion exchange.

    Where are Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Mostly Applied?

    The effectiveness of ion exchange in distinct water treatment applications has proliferated the prominence of ion exchange water treatment units in homes, industries, and commercial enterprises. Ion exchange is primarily used in:

    Households typically utilize ion exchange systems to treat hardened water to ease cleaning using detergents and thwart the destruction of vital appliances like kettles from scaling. Other sectors exploiting ion exchange water treatment systems for varying reasons include:

    What are the Basic Components of Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    The optimum productivity of ion exchange water treatment systems is chiefly down to their high-quality components. Prior to purchasing an ion exchange unit, it is paramount that you first comprehend the basic components that make up a functional ion exchange plant. Underneath are the basic components and accessories that constitute an ion exchange water treatment plant.

    • Ion exchange resin (cation or anion resin).
    • Regeneration system.
    • Control valves.
    • Inlet system.
    • Retention elements, PLC, and appropriate piping.

    Figure 3 Components of ion exchange water treatment systems.

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    What are the Advantages of Using Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Ion exchange water treatment systems have repeatedly proven their superiority as a water treatment solution by being highly effective and equally efficient. Recent modifications applied to ion exchange systems have made them more effective and lowered their capital investment and operational expenses. Below are a few of the rewards users of ion exchange units repeatedly reap.

    • They function properly even under low pressure.
    • They permit the selective eradication of undesired pollutants.
    • Automatic regeneration facilitates uninterrupted water treatment.
    • They are extremely productive in eliminating ionic contaminants.

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    What is the Quality of Water Produced by Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Ion exchange plants produce varying qualities of potable water. When deployed to soften surface or groundwater, they eradicate 95-99.9% of the calcium and magnesium ions thus providing high-quality water with minimal scaling effects.

    The deployment of both anionic and cationic exchange resins as a pair further elevates the effectiveness of ion exchange systems. Mixed-bed resins or tow-bed resins get rid of both strong and weak ionic impurities such as silicic acid, reactive metals, and nitrates among others. A two-bed mixed resin often produces potable water with an electrical conductivity of 0.1μS/cm or lower.

    This facilitates the production of ultra-pure product water fit for use in pharmaceutical applications, industrial production, and ordinary human drinking water.

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    Can Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Treat all Forms of Feed Water?

    The majority of surface water and groundwater contains varying amounts of minerals and harmful metals. Ion exchange water treatment systems are particularly resourceful in treating water with toxic metals and other ionic contaminants. In treating seawater, ion exchange is deployed in collaboration with reverse osmosis to specifically eliminate boron.

    Additionally, ion exchange is deployed in reverse osmosis systems as a pretreatment measure. By shrinking the concentration of hardness ions in the feed water, ion exchange helps mitigate the fouling of reverse osmosis equipment.

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    How Much Acid and Alkali are Consumed in Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Ion exchange water treatment plants have reliant on acids to supply the desired ions that replace the unwanted ionic pollutants.  The consumption of appropriate acids in a single regeneration cycle by the resins depends on the size of the plant, the amount of water treated, and the length of a regeneration cycle. Cationic exchange units typically use 250g of hydrochloric acid for every liter of cationic resin while anionic exchange systems consume 100g of caustic soda per every liter of anionic resin.

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    What are the Different Types of Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Classification of ion-exchange water treatment systems is often based on the type of ion exchange resin or the operation module of the plant. When classed on the basis of resin type, we have:

    • Strong acid cation resin exchangers.
    • Weak acid cation resin exchangers.
    • Strong acid anion resin exchangers.
    • Weak acid anion resin exchangers.

    Based on the operation module, we have:

    • Automatic ion exchange systems.
    • Semi-automatic ion exchange systems.
    • Manual ion exchange systems.

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    What is a Regeneration Cycle in Ion Exchange Treatment Systems?

    Regeneration in ion exchange treatment units refers to the process that substitutes fully loaded resin beads with charged resins for continuous water ion exchange. A regeneration cycle is therefore the period between subsequent regenerations. Ideally, a regeneration consists of the following exercises:

    • Cleaning through backwash.
    • Injection of appropriate chemicals or salts.
    • A slow rinse and finally a fast rinse.

    Post the final rinse, the resin is deployed back to work, marking the beginning of the subsequent regeneration cycle. Ordinarily, it takes less than 2 hours to initiate and finalize the regeneration process.

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    What Should I Consider Before Buying an Ion Exchange Water Treatment System?

    Figure 4 Ion exchange system.

    When purchasing an ion exchange water treatment system, it is crucial that you first ground yourself on the available systems and the specifics of your project. First and foremost, you need to determine the system’s flow rate and the number of gallons it can generate in a day. Production capacities vary from small to large capacities conducive to industrial applications.

    Secondly, you need to establish the system’s impurity rejection rate in regard to the ionic contaminants found in your feed water. Anionic and cationic ion exchange systems are specifically designed to eradicate different sets of pollutants.

    Finally, you need to determine the system’s ability to generate potable water that meets your application’s quality standards. For technical consultation when deliberating on an ideal ion exchange water treatment system, reach out to NEWater’s engineers.

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    How Much Does an Ion Exchange Water Treatment System Cost?

    Ion exchange water treatment systems command different purchasing fees depending on the size, flow rate, and level of customization. These dynamics are always fluctuating thereby making it almost impossible to estimate the actual price of ion exchange systems.

    In addition, the installation and operation of ion exchange water treatment systems come at an extra cost. Operational expenses include labor charges, power consumption, maintenance, and chemical expenses. Factoring in all the expenses, treating 1000 gallons of raw water using ion exchange filters costs approximately $0.30-$0.80.

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    What Pollutants are Removed by Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    The deployment of ion exchange systems in water treatment is intended to chiefly eradicate hardness minerals, and lethal metals and to disinfect raw water. In addition to effectively getting rid of the hardness minerals (calcium and magnesium), the process of ion exchange is equally proficient at eradicating the following undesired pollutants.

    ● Nitrates.
    ● Chloride.
    ● Arsenic.
    ● Fluorides.
    ● Sulfates.
    ● Perchlorate, barium, and boron.
    ● Removal of silica and reduction of TDS levels.

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    Do You Provide Skid-mounted Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    NEWater manufactures skid-mounted ion exchange systems for industrial, commercial, and personal applications. To create skid-mounted systems, our engineers assemble key components of the ion exchange system in a self-contained structure made of metal frames.

    Our skid-mounted ion exchange plants are quite portable, easy to set up, and have unsophisticated user interfaces. Moreover, they are available in automatic, semi-automatic, and manual modules. For further information or order placement, kindly contact our experts.

    Figure 5 Skid-mounted ion exchange plant.

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    How Many Gallons of Treated Water Can Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Generate in a Single Regeneration Cycle?

    The number of purified water generated by an ion exchange water treatment system chiefly depends on the system’s capacity and flow rate. NEWater has a variety of industrial ion exchange systems with varying exchange capacities ranging from 90k Grains to 4,200k Grains.

    Furthermore, the flow rates of our industrial ion exchange systems range from 15 GPM to 1000 GPM. To comprehensively satisfy the production projections of all our clients, we customize flow rates and exchange capacities.

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    Can Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems be Used in Industrial Applications?

    Various industries and industrial applications demand distinct grades of treated water. Ion exchange systems generate varying qualities of product water hence their widespread application in industries. Often, they are utilized in collaboration with other treatment processes to produce high-quality purified water for complex industrial purposes such as pharmaceutical manufacturing.

    In addition, ion exchange water treatment systems are employed as cost-efficient and highly effective pretreatment solutions for industrial reverse osmosis systems. They eradicate ionic pollutants such as magnesium and boron, which are responsible for fouling industrial equipment.

    Figure 6 Industrial ion exchange water treatment system.

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    Is Water Generated by Ion Exchange Suitable for Human Consumption?

    Ion exchange is chiefly utilized to swap undesired minerals with less objectionable ions. As such, the use of anion resins or cation resins can achieve selective ejection of unwanted minerals. Ion exchange regulates the PH balance of water by reducing the concentration of toxic metals and ejecting hardness minerals.

    Additionally, ion exchange is used to disinfect drinking water by eradicating bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. The generation of healthy drinking water by ion exchange systems is however limited by their removal of key minerals like calcium, which are essential for human health.

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    What are Ion Exchange Resins?

    Figure 7 Ion exchange resins.

    Ion exchange resins are technically polymers that facilitate the process of ion exchange. An ion-exchange resin constitutes microbeads (0.25 to 0.5mm in radius) that form an insoluble medium.

    Mainly, ion exchange resins are manufactured from polystyrene sulfonate and the perforations on the microbeads facilitate the capturing of undesired ions and the simultaneous release of less objectionable ions. The existing types of ion exchange resins include:

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    What are the Limitations of Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Despite their proficiency and undisputed efficiency in water treatment, ion exchange water treatment systems have varying limitations. First, raw water with extreme calcium concentrations can react with the regenerant (sulfuric acid) resulting in the formation of calcium sulfate which could potentially clog the resin perforations.

    Additionally, the rejection rate of iron by ion exchange systems is relatively low. When iron is exposed to air, ferric ions are generated and upon reaction with water, ferric hydroxide is formed. Similarly, this harms the resin beads and ultimately slows down the production rate of your system.

    Figure 8 High capacity ion exchange plant.

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    Do You Deliver Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Abroad?

    As a comprehensive manufacturer of water treatment systems based in China but with a global customer base, NEWater provides global delivery services on all equipment. So far, we have made over 1000 sales of standard and customized water treatment systems to clients from over 200 countries.

    Our partnership with numerous courier service providers ensures that your ion exchange system is delivered to your stated delivery location. On average, the delivery of small-sized ion exchangers takes approximately 3 to 7 days while enormous systems take between 2 to 3 months.

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    Are Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Certified by Third Parties?

    For quality assurance, all water treatment equipment including ion exchange systems must be tested and certified by the respective quality control institutions. First and foremost, NEWater is ISO 9001:2015 a credible manufacturer of ion exchange water treatment plants and other related systems.

    All our products hold a certification for high-tech products and are also certified by the European CE. As a manufacturer, our aim is to not only provide equipment of standard quality but to exceed the standard mark and supply extraordinary systems.

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    Where Can I Purchase an Ion Exchange Water Treatment System?

    Recent years have seen an immense increase in the number of water treatment systems manufacturers. Generally, this has been a positive to most consumers but it has also brought about selection problems. NEWater makes your shopping experience easier by manufacturing an extensive list of water treatment systems under one roof.

    We customize water treatment solutions based on the specifics of your imminent application and also provide free technical consultations. With over 20 years of expertise, the quality of our ion exchange systems is unrivaled and we offer global doorstep delivery to over 200 countries.

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    Do You Customize Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    If you are looking for a unique ion exchange water treatment unit, you have no reason to worry. NEWater manufactures high-quality personalized solutions on order. To deliver exactly what you ordered, we ask for the following information:

    • Your desired flow rate and exchange capacity.
    • Your raw water concentration and composition.
    • Your desired design (e.g. skid-mounted).

    Our technicians utilize 3D modeling to draft samples of your imminent ion exchange systems and you are constantly updated on the progress. For unique ion exchange systems, kindly reach out to our engineers.

    Figure 9 Customized ion exchange water treatment system.

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    How Much Power do Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems Consume?

    Generally, ion exchange water treatment systems are energy-conserving in comparison to other systems. This has made ion exchange an appealing wastewater treatment solution, a water softening process, and a cost-efficient water purification method. Electrodeionization utilizes DC energy to eradicate ionic pollutants from raw water. The approximate energy consumption of an electro-deionization water treatment system is 5.3–11.8 gal/hr/m2.

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    Do You Manufacture Small-sized Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Households and small businesses are part of our global customer base. To accommodate the demands of homesteads and commercial entities, NEWater manufactures distinct small-sized ion exchangers. Equipped with adequate exchange capacities and flow rates, our conventionally small ion exchange units are ideal for domestic and commercial water softening and purification.

    They are portable and easy to install and their operation interface is quite uncomplicated. You can commence your domestic water treatment journey by simply ordering your small-sized ion exchange unit from NEWater. The system will be delivered right to your doorstep in 3-7 days.

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    Where Can I Purchase Spare Components for Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    Access to premium accessories for ion exchange systems is quite problematic given the compatibility and quality issues that come to play. To convenience our customers in their pursuit of high-quality, compatible repair components, NEWater manufactures a wide range of ion exchange accessories.

    We manufacture and deliver ion exchange tanks and resins among other vital accessories. Our delivery period ranges from 3 days to 7 days to help mitigate the effects of a dysfunctional ion exchanger.

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    How Durable are Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    With NEWater’s ion exchange water treatment systems, you are guaranteed at least 15 years of exemplary water treatment. Our systems are particularly designed to offer an optimum service life and to handle heavy and unrelenting water treatment.

    The ion exchange resins are also quite durable and appropriate backwashing serves to prolong their lifespan and elevate their performance. With sufficient maintenance, NEWater’s ion exchange systems can last up to 20 years. Ideally, the low maintenance costs of ion exchange systems coupled with their extended life expectancies guarantee quick returns on investments.

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    Do You Help Repair Defective Ion Exchange Water Treatment Systems?

    NEWater’s repair services are offered under two different company policies; warranty protection or lifetime repair package. Under warranty protection, technical hiccups experienced within the first year of purchase are fully resolved by the company.

    On the other hand, our lifetime repair package provides instantaneous technical consultation and repair services at discounted and customer-friendly rates. For inquiries on NEWater’s repair services kindly email us at info@newater.com.

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    Do You Manufacture Other Water Treatment Systems?

    You can shop for all your water treatment equipment under one roof by partnering with NEWater. We are an all-inclusive manufacturer of standard and customized water treatment machines based in China with over 2 decades of experience.

    Over the years we have made astronomical sales of reverse osmosis systems, Nanofiltration units, Ultrafiltration systems, personal desalination equipment, and other treatment plants.

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    A NEWater ion exchanger water treatment system is the best solution to remove toxic metals from water. Our ion exchanger water treatment systems are the right technologies to remove dissolved inorganic ions effectively.

    Additionally, NEWater can offer an ion exchange water treatment system to possibly regenerate the resin. Also, it is a cost-effective initial capital investment. Our company provides both standard and custom ion exchanger water treatment systems. If you want your own design of ion exchanger water treatment systems, you can send us now your detailed requirements.

    NEWater is popular in delivering high-quality ion exchanger water treatment systems worldwide. In fact, this system is widely used in the following:

    • Water softening (to remove magnesium ions and calcium).
    • De-alkalisation (bicarbonate remover).
    • Water demineralization (all ion remover).

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    In addition to its application, NEWater ion exchanger water treatment is used to remove the positively charged ions in water including lead, radium, iron, aluminum, barium, and copper among others. You can trust NEWater ion exchanger water treatment systems since our experienced QC team ensures the quality of the product by inspecting it strictly.

    Aside from that, all of our ion exchanger water treatment systems are compliant with many industry certificates such as RoHS, UL, CE, ISO, and many more. Our team has knowledge in designing, developing, and manufacturing high-quality ion exchange water treatment systems.

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    We can give you a reliable and proven ion exchange water treatment system to produce superior-quality water for your customers. NEWater ion exchange water treatment system from us is guaranteed long-lasting, durable, and low maintenance.

    You can find the right ion exchange water treatment system only in NEWater! We are committed to delivering you a budget-friendly ion exchange water treatment system to support your business.

    For further information about the ion exchange water treatment system, please don’t hesitate to contact our team now!

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